Thinking about throwing a winter wedding? Winter can be the most romantic time for couples to exchange nuptials. While some couples shy away from the snow and cold temperatures, winter can provide a cozy and intimate atmosphere many brides and grooms crave. With the right details, you can turn a chilly environment into a wedding to remember!
While having a red and green themed wedding reflects the holiday season, incorporating neutral colors- whites, silvers, golds, nudes, etc., into your wedding is so glamourous and trendy. Use white poinsettias, silver sequin table-cloths or gold bridesmaid dresses to embrace the trend. If you want to add more color to your wedding, leafy green centerpieces can add a finishing touch on a neutral colored wedding.
Even if the weather outside is frightful, your wedding space doesn't have to be! Create a cozy environment using warm lighting, plenty of candles, and string lights for the perfect ambiance.
Your guests will appreciate being served warm and in-season food and beverages at your reception. Serve up a spiked hot cocoa or mulled wine as your signature drink, and warm butternut squash soup as an appetizer. Add a personalized touch to a hot drink with custom cup holders.
Don't be afraid of going into the cold to take pictures. Snow, ice and even rain can make your wedding photos even more spectacular (like these wedding photos!) than sunny spring day. With props like colorful mittens, boots, bright balloons, and fur coats, your winter wedding photos will be a great keepsake from your special day.
Note from Sarah!
Life got too crazy to blog, but please enjoy these archives of some of our favorite past weddings.